Atlanta Hawks (49-35) vs. Milwaukee Bucks (54-29)
June 23, 2021 8:30 pm EDT
The Line: Milwaukee Bucks -7.5; Over/Under: -229.5
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The Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks face off on Wednesday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference NBA playoff series, and there is plenty of value across the board in terms of NBA player props. Let’s take a look at the best NBA player props to make your Wednesday successful.
PJ Tucker over 4.5 points (-125)
PJ Tucker was a bit inconsistent in the last series, but with how many minutes he plays a game, it’s worth betting the over. In the last game against the Brooklyn Nets he played 38 minutes finishing with 11 points. All it takes is two three-pointers for this over to cash, and that will be the case in this game. Back Tucker to finish with at least five points.
Brook Lopez under 20.5 points, rebounds, and assists (-103)
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Brook Lopez was a big part of the last series for the Milwaukee Bucks, but this total was too high for points, rebounds, and assists. Lopez doesn’t have a lot of success with rebounds or assists, Two games ago, Lopez finished eight points, five rebounds, and zero assists. It’s going to take a lot of points for this game to go over, and it’s not going to happen. Look for Lopez to finish under 20.5 points, rebounds, and assists.
Giannis Antetokounmpo over 1.5 three-pointers made (+150)
Giannis Antetokounmpo is inconsistent with this three point shooting, but he has the ability to hit shots from deep. In the last game, Antetokounmpo attempted six three pointers, making three of them, In two of the last three games, Antetokounmpo finished with two three-pointers. The +150 is too good of odds to pass up.
Trae Young to record a double-double (-103)
In Each of the last two games, Trae Young has recorded a double-double. Two games ago Young finished with 12 assists, and in the last game, Young finished with 10 assists. Look for Young to have great success distributing the ball, and he will record a double-double.